The term Operation is used as an abstraction to indicate a process taking one or many inputs and returning one or many outputs. This concept is the basis of the experiment, which consists of a series of operations.
For example, the operation Hough transform takes two inputs: a pattern and a value for the resolution. After performing the transformation, it returns one output, the resultant Hough transform.
The following sections gives a list of the available operations. There are classified by their group and category. For a description of the categories refer to the Categories of the experiment engine.